Telecommunications Foreman

Abcom Phoenix , AZ 85027

Posted 1 week ago

Applied Business Communications (ABcom) is a national low voltage BICSI Certified Prestige commercial structured cabling contractor and we are recruiting our next Telecommunications Foreman. We Connect relationally and technically. And, we do it within the framework of our corporate values: Family, Accountability, Profitability, Integrity, and Quality. Immediate positions are available. Contact us now for more information on joining a great team today!

Direct and manage cabling crews

Build out telecommunications closets

Install cable support systems--cable tray, j-hooks and ladder tray

Install cat 6 horizontal station cable, backbone cable, fiber optic cable and inner duct

Install special systems, security, CCTV, audio visual, and fire alarm cable

Terminate cat 6 horizontal 4-pair work-area outlet (modular connector) and optical fiber (MM, SM, LC, SC)

Perform copper splicing, fiber splicing (fusion or mechanical)

Perform copper cable testing (UTP and coax) and optical fiber testing

Perform both copper and optical fiber troubleshooting

Must be able to work on ladders and use power tools

Must have the ability to lift, carry, and set up a 50 lb. ladder

Ability to work some overtime

Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines

Some travel required


7+ years experience running projects in the communications cabling Industry

Data Center experience a PLUS

Demonstrate a clear knowledge of codes and standards

Ability to complete and submit accurate documentation which tracks work progress including timesheets and other related documents

Communicate with strong written and verbal skills

Maintain a positive attitude and professional dress and demeanor


BICSI Certified Technician -- Installer 1 or 2, Copper and/or Fiber

Other manufacturer certifications

Other certifications such as OSHA, Confined Space, etc.


Owns all company required communications technician hand tools, keeps them in good operating condition, and knows how to use them


Medical and dental benefits

Paid vacation and holidays


401K retirement plan

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